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Kel-Tec KSG

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Gunblast Review: KelTec KSG Shotgun

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Mossberg Flex System

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For Immediate Release:
Milwaukee, WI- Advanced Technology International® (ATI), the leading manufacturer in gun stocks and firearm accessories introduces the Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package with Scorpion Recoil System. The Saiga Strikeforce Elite is a six position collapsible Strikeforce Elite Stock with Scorpion Recoil System that offers an aluminum buffer tube and adjustable cheekrest.

The Saiga Strikeforce Elite offers a redesigned slim line rear aluminum receiver mount. With a Scorpion Recoil System, users will be able to absorb recoil energy. The recoil impact is absorbed when shooting anything from a three inch magnum turkey load to a door breaching load with no pain being transferred to the shooter! The Scorpion Razorback Buttpad gives the user a non-slip, removable buttpad. Operators will gain an ergonomic, Sure-Grip textured Scorpion Recoil Pistol Grip with the Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package. The Scorpion Recoil system reduces the challenge of reacquiring the target by minimizing the muzzle lift. Other unique features of the Scorpion Recoil system include not being affected by chemicals, remains flexible in extreme temperatures and removes limitations from spring and piston type recoil suppression systems.

Each Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package offers a removable, adjustable cheekrest (3/8”), a 3M® industrial grade self-adhesive soft touch cheekrest pad and a Military Type III anodized 6061 T6 aluminum six position commercial buffer tube with a Strikeforce Elite receiver mount. The Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package is made of DuPont® Extreme Temperature Glass Reinforced Polymer to withstand high temperatures. Other features include a slot for tactical sling attachment, one sling swivel stud and include a steel castle nut, steel locking ring and steel pistol grip bolt.

The Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package fits all Saiga firearms and is manufactured in the USA. Please note, the trigger assembly must be modified to the forward position for installation of ATI’s Strikeforce Packages. ATI does not supply the components necessary to modify trigger assembly.

For more information on the Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package with Scorpion Recoil System by ATI, please visit

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Gunblast Review Mossberg 930 SPX

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101st Acquires M26 Shotgun

Via Clarkson Online:

It weighs 3.5 pounds, has a barrel length of 7.75 inches, fires 12-gauge shells and can be mounted on the M4 carbine or act as a stand alone firearm; it is the M26 Modular Accessory Shotgun System and the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) is the first unit in the Army to be issued the combat enhancer.

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SWAT Magazine March 2012


The Mechanical Safety – Taking Responsibility

Long-Range Blasting – Tac Pro Advanced Tactical Shotgun

Sub-Caliber Smith – S&W M&P .22 Pistol

Tinkerer’s Dream – Saiga-12 Shotgun

Performance Booster – Geissele SSA Trigger


Briefing Room – Easing The Effects of A Crash

Street Smarts – Suicide is Painful

Against All Odds – Top 10 Survival Tools

Frontline Debriefs – The 3,000 300

Enemy At The Gate – Vile VIPRs

Training And Tactics – Dedicated Lights: Pros and Cons


Mail Room

Lawful Carry – Don Hume H721 Holster

Long Guns – Steyr SSG 08 .338 Lapua Magnum

The Cutting Edge – Biotec Fixed-Blade Carry System

Offbeat – Brunton Restore Portable Solar Charger

Gear Locker – New Products And Accessories

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Remington Versa

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ATI Sultan Shotgun

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A Kid’s First Shot

When is it the right time to take your son or daughter to the range? At the Typical Shooter, James Allen has some advice on that.

With the first squeeze of the trigger he was hooked, he finished the 18 round magazine (or clip if you prefer) laid the pistol down and turned to me with one of the biggest teethiest grins I have ever seen.

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American Handgunner: Personal Defense Spring/Summer 2011


Home Defense Shotgun
Ladies Guns
Three Guns For Home Defense
S&W Bodyguards
Street Grappling: Real World Groundfighting

Focus: .22 Conversion For The AR-15Airguns For Home Training, Century Int’l Arms CI5A1 Rifle, Lights To Bet Your Life On, Tactical Folders

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XRAIL Press Release



December, 2010…Appleton, WI- Roth Concept Innovations (RCI) designer and manufacturer of high capacity solutions for your shotgun, makes available their new XRAIL Systems through Brownells.  The XRAIL System is an auto indexing loader for shotguns.  The XRAIL System operates as a magazine extension for shotguns that allows up to 23 rounds of ammo without altering your gun.  Taking only minutes to install and no gunsmiting required.  All XRAIL and RCI products are 100% MADE IN THE USA.

Consumers, Dealers and Law Enforcement personal now have the ability to order the XRAIL Systems online as well.  Just go to or and purchase your XRAIL System.

XRAIL Systems Specifications:

  • Made of hard coated black anodized aluminum and stainless steel all non corrosive with black nylon or clear polycarbonate unified tubes
  • Compact unit weight is 2.0 lbs. empty
  • Full version weight is 2 lbs. 5 oz. empty
  • Available for use with Mossberg, Winchester, FNH, Benelli and Remington (visit for model specifics.)

About RCI: Roth Concept Innovations is the ONLY manufacturer of the XRAIL System.  RCI provides the best capacity solution for your shotgun that is easy to use and installs in minutes with no gunsmithing required.  There are various high capacity solutions for the shotgun, but RCI’s is the only one that is NOT a gun (which you will have dependability and capacity all in one).  The XRAIL System has the versatility to be used on more than one shotgun.  All XRAIL’s and RCI products are 100% MADE IN THE USA.  For more information (or to order your XRAIL System) about RCI and to view their complete line of products please visit or by calling 920-585-6534.

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Remington 870 Supercell Recoil Pad – reduce felt recoil without dropping big bucks on a new stock

Product Reviews form Amazon

“For $20 I was able to enjoy shooting slugs from my new Remington 870 with synthetic stock.

I got the pad installed in a couple of minutes. The screws included with the Supercell had much wider heads than the wood screws included with the normal stock pad, and it took a minute to squeeze them into the pad. I was afraid that the large heads may rip the pad, but they popped in with no damage after some wiggling. The fit on the gun was as good or better than the stock pad.

The first time I shot the gun (without the Supercell), after about 15 rounds (variety of sabot slugs, both 2 3/4″ and 3″) I could barely move my arm. Luckily I found a brand that grouped the well and had milder recoil than some. I still didn’t want to go out and shoot another 15 rounds to get the scope zeroed in.

I wasn’t sure what to expect from the pad as I never had used an aftermarket recoil pad on a gun before. The pad definitely helped reduce the felt recoil and let me get settled in to finish zeroing the scope. 15 rounds later my gun was ready and my arm didn’t feel bad. I could tell that I had been shooting, but I wasn’t in any pain.”

“…the real beauty of it was when I took it to the range for a test. I fired 9 boxes of 2 3/4in slugs and two boxes of 3in magnum slugs, a total of 55 slugs in one session. No pain whatsoever, no bruising at all. The consistency of performance was also a benefit as I was able to aim for quick follow-up shots much faster than with the stock recoil pad. I was able to concentrate on my target and not have to worry about inadvertent flinching at all. After all those slugs, when I packed the gun up I could tell I had been shooting, but there was no discomfort or fatigue whatsoever.”



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Shotgun Home Defense Ammunition

BEST shotgun round for home defense?

(According to Firearms Tactical Institute)

Federal Classic 2 ¾-inch #1 buck load (F127)

(The Federal shotshell uses both a plastic shot cup and granulated plastic shot buffer to minimize post-ignition pellet deformation, whereas the Remington and Winchester loads do not.)

What about Birdshot?

“With birdshot you are wise to keep in mind that your gunfire has the potential to NOT PRODUCE an effective wound. Do not expect birdshot to have any decisive effect.

Number 1 buckshot has the potential to produce more effective wound trauma than either #00 or #000 buck, without the accompanying risk of over-penetration. The IWBA believes, with very good reason, that number 1 buckshot is the shotshell load of choice for quickly stopping deadly criminal violence.

Birdshot, because of its small size, does not have the mass and sectional density to penetrate deeply enough to reliably reach and damage critical blood distribution organs. Although birdshot can destroy a great volume of tissue at close range, the permanent crush cavity is usually less than 6 inches deep, and this is not deep enough to reliably include the heart or great blood vessels of the abdomen.

A gruesome, shallow wound in the torso does not guarantee a quick stop, especially if the bad guy is chemically intoxicated or psychotic. If the tissue crushed by the pellets does not include a vital cardiovascular structure there’s no reason for it to be an effective wound.”

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Kel-Tec Shotgun

Information is just coming out about Kel-Tec’s new shotgun. Kel-Tec has said that they will reveal the KSG at SHOT Show 2011. Details are few on the new firearm but here are some initial reports:


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The Truth About Guns

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Cheaper Than Dirt

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